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The Attack on USS Liberty

Posted by terres on October 4, 2007

A Failed False Flag Attempt That Won’t Be Forgotten!

Israeli government ordered its air force and navy to sink USS Liberty 40 years ago to blame Egypt [and other Arab countries] for the incident. The combined air and sea assault by the Israelis killed thirty-four Americans and wounded another 174. Israeli torpedo boats blew a 39-foot hole in USS Liberty’s starboard side but were unable to sink the ship as they had planned. The Israeli false flag operation failed, once again.

Bryce Lockwood, Marine staff sergeant, Russian-language expert, recipient of the Silver Star for heroism, ordained Baptist minister, is shouting into the phone.

“I’m angry! I’m seething with anger! Forty years, and I’m seething with anger!”

Lockwood was aboard the USS Liberty, a super-secret spy ship on station in the eastern Mediterranean, when four Israeli fighter jets flew out of the afternoon sun to strafe and bomb the virtually defenseless vessel on June 8, 1967, the fourth day of what would become known as the Six-Day War.

“I’m angry! I’m seething with anger! Forty years, and I’m seething with anger!”

Read more…

Related Links:

Congressional inquiries got nowhere
New revelations in attack on American spy ship
Lavon Affair
Operation Susannah
USS Liberty Memorial

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One Response to “The Attack on USS Liberty”

  1. incogman said

    Photographic Essay about this act of utter perfidy on the people of the US at my blogsite:
    http://incogman.wordpress.com/2008/06/07/the-american-ship-they-justcouldnt-sink/

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